06-20-2012 01:26 PM
06-20-2012 01:31 PM
Ok guys I'm home and I have the card! I know it's later than 230 but I became swamped with work shortly after the card came so I'm just actually getting to look at it myself!! I WILL answer everybody questions!! I'm taking the pcs on my blackberry and uploading them to my computer as I type this... I do have one question for you guys... How do I upload the pics to myfico? Do I have to upload them to a site like photobucket first? Sorry I know this sounds funny but I haven't uploaded a pic on here yet! I promise I really am tech savvy haha
06-20-2012 02:25 PM
Ive never done it but theres a icon with a tree that seems to allow you add a image, but it needs to link to a site like photobucket or something.
Congrats, be prepared, haters will say you photoshopped it or are a AU.
i say congrats !
06-20-2012 03:05 PM
You can just drag the photo from windows explorer to the reply post box. It will paste it in there for you
06-20-2012 03:25 PM
Congrats to YOU ! Maybe you should put on a mask and post your you tube video for all the naysayers. I remember the TannerK thread. Basically young guy no real assets 29,000 or so income. How he got CEnt approved, Got on as Au of great aunts Platnium amex, went online with great aunt became account manager. Applied for Amex Cent. Got it, not sure if a loophole in the algorithim or blind luck but he got one. Everyone on the boards basically called him out saying FOS. Im glad for you!! Well done!! Question I didnt realize the bullet was back in service .I know it got shut down due to Chambers Street and 9/11. Still same run??
IE: LOOPHOLE How does a 70 or so year old waitress get a refund check from IRS for a million and a half dollars??? A loophole in algorithum basically a computer and then a human err!!!
Amex makes plenty of money from merchants when used, today is a different economical time. You could have 10 million in investments and funds and have not many credit cards. Just because your wallet is full of CC certainly does not mean that you have tangible wealth. CC are only a tool>
06-20-2012 04:10 PM
Forgive me for being ignorant about this as i am a noob when it comes to credit cards. Why is this card so amazing? Why is it hard to believe he got one?
06-20-2012 04:15 PM - edited 06-20-2012 04:18 PM
It's a Benefits Creditcard typically meant for the wealthy that push large amounts every month as either individuals or businesses(Think 10s of $1,000s monthly at a minimum). It costs $7500 the first year and $2500 each subsequent year, with $1500 per additional card a year.
The concierge and fringe benefits of the card can get you the VIP treatment almost anywhere that has VIP treatment.
AMEX has recenly not been inviting many individuals to apply for this card.
06-20-2012 05:17 PM
Ironhide if you don't mind me asking what do you do for a living?
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